So the darling great granddaughters came with us, I treasure them dearly, but not while shopping - they don’t help when I need to figure things out at the jewelry department. They did have a good time with all the glittery and shiny goodies to enjoy. Every few minute I’d hear “Nana. look at this lovely (whatever)” shouted at me in their loudest voices - just in caseI didn’t hear.
I came home with just a few things in my bag that inluded two Somerset books (I thought I was buying their magazines), and a couple of lovely reusable $1.99 totes.
Between my daughter and I, we each had a basket, and often took different directions for our shopping, we were distracted a lot by the children and kept changing and getting mixed up with our baskets. Somehow, we must have gained a basket and lost another that held all my jewelry findings somewhere in the store. I was so tired I didn’t even miss them until I got home. I checked my receipt that was around $50 but they hadn't been added.
Howard helped me cook the supper and while he was clearing away the dishes, I fell asleep exhausted on the couch. I had been pushing through the day with only about three hours of sleep from the evening before, so my brain power was at an all time low.
Today, Howard is taking me back to Jo-Ann. Do you think we’ll find my basket? I hate having to go through all that figuring what I need again.